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Kim Cattrall attends her late brother’s memorial service in Edinburgh

Edinburgh
The Museum of Childhood in Edinburgh. Picture: contributed

Edinburgh museum will not remove golliwogs - despite complaints

Edinburgh

Scotland 25-13 England: Scotland stun England to win Calcutta Cup

Rugby union
Kaiser Chiefs. Picture: John Devlin

Kaiser Chiefs to headline Dalkeith music festival

Edinburgh

Watch: Murrayfield’s rendition of Flower of Scotland in dying moments of Calcutta Cup clash

News

Bus ban on North Bridge unless £22m repairs carried out

Transport

Industrial history unearthed at Portobello archaeological dig

News

Scotland’s weather: Snow warning as ‘beast from the East’ hits

News
Hearts midfielder Harry Cochrane with Rangers defender Declan John during the match at Ibrox

Rangers 2-0 Hearts: Jambos lose out to goals by Jamie Murphy and Russell Martin

Hearts

Kevin Buckle: There is no Creative Scotland conspiracy over music funding

Kevin Buckle
Ian Thompson of Fisherrow Yacht Club has been shortlisted for the RYA Scotland Volunteer of the Year award. He is pictured with his wife Alison.

Ian’s nomination is nautical but nice

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Craig Laidlaw gets to work as MSP Joe FitzPatrick and the other graduates of the work placement scheme look on. Picture: Alan Richardson

BT connects young workers with skills

News
Staff member Beth Fisher at Earthy Food Stores, Canonmills. 'Pic Neil Hanna

Future of Earthy in doubt after business in administration

Edinburgh
Lisa Stephenson. Picture: Ian Georgeson

Cancer survivor who defied odds smashes Maggie’s fundraising aim

News 2
Fergus 'Johnnie' Graham completed 32 operational flights

Bomber Command gunner Fergus ‘Johnnie’ Graham remembered

News
Screenings for mothers and babies can be a lifeline for new mums. Picture: Cate Gillon

Parents could be allowed to bring babies to watch 15-rated films

Entertainment 3

Leith unites to help homeless man drenched with bucket of water

News 28

‘Remarkable’ Ryan is a real lifesaver

News 1

Top city firms named at Edinburgh Business Awards

Business 1

‘My sister was with me every step of the way to Everest Base Camp’

News 2
Jodie Smith, from Edinburgh, is in a Thailand jail for trying to whisk son Joleon, nine, back to Scotland.

Edinburgh dad in Thailand jail for trying to rescue ‘kidnapped’ son

News
Toni McNelis. Picture: Police handout

Missing mum and baby daughter found safe and well

Edinburgh

Nine arrested during latest round of West Lothian drug raids

Edinburgh

Vandals wreck cars in Polwarth crime spree

Edinburgh

Naked man brings trains to a halt at Edinburgh Waverley

Edinburgh

Man attacked former partner with hammer and set fire to caravan

Crime

Teenagers raid Midlothian café and steal cash from till

Crime

Cyclist injured in Musselburgh hit and run

Crime
Many drivers find observing the limit frustrating. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Leader: Slow down before rolling out more 20mph zones

Opinion
North Bridge, Edinburgh

Bus ban on North Bridge unless £22m repairs carried out

Transport 11
British Transport Police have removed the trespasser

Naked man brings trains to a halt at Edinburgh Waverley

Edinburgh

Scotland’s weather: Snow warning as ‘beast from the East’ hits

News 8
The collision has closed a lane of the M8, Picture: Traffic Scotland

Delays on M8 after crash and broken down vehicle

Edinburgh
Openreach engineers install fibre cabling near Edinburgh. Picture: Openreach

Broadband firms rapped and fined for worsening roadworks

News 1

Traffic updates: Lengthy delays on City Bypass due to accident

Edinburgh 2

John McLellan: A world-class city needs decent roads – or hover-buses

Opinion 4

From the archive: Edinburgh-Glasgow train line opens 176 years ago

Entertainment

ScotRail passengers hit by major signalling disruption

Transport
Oxgangs Primary School has previously been in the news when an outdoor wall facade gave way, Picture: Ian Georgeson

Urgent safety review after Edinburgh school’s ceiling collapses

Education 3
An East Lothian schoolgirl's award-winning accessible toilet sign has gone on display on the door of Fort Kinnaird's disabled toilet and bathroom facilities in a bid to make them more welcoming for people with hidden disabilities or long-term illnesses.

Schoolgirl inspires Fort Kinnaird to upgrade toilet facilities for ‘hidden’ disabled

Health
Oxgangs Primary School. Picture: TSPL

Pupil struck by ceiling tile at Oxgangs Primary

Edinburgh 1
Edinburgh City Chambers

Budget clash over cash for Edinburgh schools

Education

Boroughmuir High evacuated on day it opens for first time

Edinburgh 1

Care in crisis: Edinburgh’s social care leader outlines how extra £4 million will be invested

News 1

University of Edinburgh students demand lecture strike compensation

News 4

Scotland needs more ethnic minority head teachers, says Sarwar

Politics 3
Picture: PA

NHS Scotland staff shortages leads to £26m overtime payments

Health
An East Lothian schoolgirl's award-winning accessible toilet sign has gone on display on the door of Fort Kinnaird's disabled toilet and bathroom facilities in a bid to make them more welcoming for people with hidden disabilities or long-term illnesses.

Schoolgirl inspires Fort Kinnaird to upgrade toilet facilities for ‘hidden’ disabled

Health
The inhalers. Picture: MHRA

Thousands of asthma inhalers recalled in safety scare

News 1
Kim with her dad, David, who has MND

Kim to abseil down Forth Road Bridge to raise MND Scotland funds

News 1
St John's Hospital in Livingston

Cross-party plea for St John’s children’s ward reopening

Health
A blue ribbon is used as a symbol to promote awareness of prostate cancer (Picture: Getty)

Steve Cardownie: I’m waiting for cancer test results

Opinion 1
Care at home is seen as the ideal situation for many.

Care in crisis: Edinburgh’s social care leader outlines how extra £4 million will be invested

News 1

Edinburgh pensioner mourns loss of funding for Birthlink charity

Health

Liz Leckie: You can’t crush my spirit, Cancer

Opinion

Calls for British boy to be given medical cannabis licence

News

Plans to curb junk food and takeaway portion size in Scotland

Politics
Many drivers find observing the limit frustrating. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Leader: Slow down before rolling out more 20mph zones

Opinion
Ian Murray

Ian Murray: If we don’t back soft Brexit, Labour won’t be forgiven

Opinion 1
Olaf Furniss holds valuable music seminars

Kevin Buckle: There is no Creative Scotland conspiracy over music funding

Opinion
Globe of Death

Liam Rudden: The day I survived Cirque Berserk’s Globe of Death

Entertainment

Kevin Buckle: Our biggest acts are grown by small venues

Opinion

Fiona Duff: A frown is a smile upside down

Opinion

Leader comment: No-one should be sleeping rough in Edinburgh in 2018

Opinion

Susan Morrison: Wave goodbye to Maxwell the runaway blimp

Opinion
Ian Murray

Ian Murray: If we don’t back soft Brexit, Labour won’t be forgiven

Opinion 1
Picture: PA

NHS Scotland staff shortages leads to £26m overtime payments

Health

Scottish criminals ‘could be barred from entire cities’

Politics 2
Edinburgh City Chambers on the Royal Mile

Edinburgh residents face 3% council tax rise as budget agreed

Edinburgh 17

Scots middle earners face an ‘unknown tax future’

Politics 1
Opposition have outlined how they feel funding should be handled.

Opposition parties have their say on city budget

Edinburgh

Budget clash over cash for Edinburgh schools

Education

Harassment-accused councillor moves office after quitting SNP

News

Ewan Aitken: That political decision that’s making people homeless

Opinion

Social Bite sleep-out will pay for 600 homes for rough sleepers

News 1
The Museum of Childhood in Edinburgh. Picture: contributed

Edinburgh museum will not remove golliwogs - despite complaints

Edinburgh 1
Hidden Orchestra at Leith Theatre in 2017. Photograph: Chris Scott

Encore for neglected Leith theatre as bands return

Entertainment
Kaiser Chiefs. Picture: John Devlin

Kaiser Chiefs to headline Dalkeith music festival

Edinburgh
Many drivers find observing the limit frustrating. Picture: Ian Rutherford

Leader: Slow down before rolling out more 20mph zones

Opinion

RBS profit milestone overshadowed by potential massive US fine

Edinburgh

12 of the most dog-friendly places in Edinburgh

Edinburgh
Work is to begin on 75 new homes

Work begins on 75 affordable homes in Craigmillar

Edinburgh